Emergency Calls go through the Police Dispatch at Clute's 9-1-1 Service.
Payments may be recieved at the EMS office 8:00 till 5:00, Monday through Friday.
Your monthly contribution of $3.50 on your water bill helps the City provide this service.
Operates from Sweeny Community Hospital. Providing ambulance and emergency medical service to 35,000 people, the EMS serves a combined 1,200-square-mile area that includes Sweeny, Brazoria, the hospital district, and many outlying communities.
Our mission is to use our expertise in ship handling, gained over the last century, and combine it with the latest in electronic navigational tools to make each vessels transit as safe and efficient as possible.
Jan. 12, 2018
TRANSITIONAL SHELTERING ASSISTANCE DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 12 (See link below for full information)
Jan. 11, 2018
The Angleton FEMA DRC is closing as of Jan. 26, 2018.
Another FEMA Disaster Recovery Center is available at 2341 N. Galveston in Pearland.
Jan. 4, 2018
FEMA releases newest Harvey Recovery Guide. See link below.
Dec. 5 Update:
The FEMA assistance registration period is over and we are focusing on the direct housing mission for Hurricane Harvey. Check out the latest recovery guide filled with helpful information that provides current registration deadlines, important contact numbers and recovery progress.
Nov. 22 update: New FEMA Harvey Recovery Guide available. See link below.
Nov. 22 -- Hotel stays extended until Jan. 16 for eligible survivors.
Nov. 7 update: New FEMA Harvey recovery guide available. See link below.
Nov. 5 update: Deadline to apply for aide extended to Nov. 30.
Oct. 31 update:
Hotel stays extended
Recovery specialists from FEMA and the Small Business Administration, the state, and other agencies will be at the center to help answer questions and fill out forms.
UPDATE Oct. 24 - New center in West Columbia is open
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The mission of the City of Freeport Police Department is to Protect…Serve…Model Integrity…Demonstrate Professionalism all while enhancing the quality of life of our residents by providing police services through shared responsibility with the public. The members of this department – sworn and civilian – accomplish our mission by embodying our values in both our professional and personal lives.
H-GAC is the regional organization through which local governments consider issues and cooperate in solving area wide problems. Through H-GAC, local governments also initiate efforts in anticipating and preventing problems, saving public funds.
Was your boat sunk or lost as a result of Hurricane Harvey? The General Land Office is working with the U.S. Coast Guard to helping people with their displaced or sunken commercial and recreational vessels. Fill out a form (at the link below) or call the Hurricane Harvey vessel owner hotline at 877-458-9377 and get a response within 24 hours.
The National Weather Service - Houston maintains a Tropical Outlook forecast. This product is updated at approximately 2 AM, 8 AM, 2 PM, and 8 PM from June 1 to Nov. 30, with special outlooks issued at any time as conditions warrant. The graphic displays all currently active tropical cyclones, and disturbances with tropical cyclone formation potential over the next five days.
UPDATES FROM THE CITY ARE AVAILABLE BY CLICKING THE LINK ABOVE.
Richwood has an extensive hurricane preparedness site. The Richwood Police Department has guides and other informational brochures in our lobby.
Please remember you can stay informed by signing up for the City of Richwood "Keep Me Informed" phone calls, texts, and emails by visiting our website, www.richwoodtx.gov and clicking on the link located on the left hand side of the page.
Residents we are asking that you place your normal household garbage several feet from any storm debris which should be sorted by Vegetative, Construction/Demolition Debris, Appliances, Electronics and Hazardous Waste as illustrated in the graphic. It is important that your household garbage is separate from the storm damage debris. Also please do not place any storm debris in garbage bags.
TxDoT will continue to deliver storm preparedness, road conditions and evacuation information to social media users via Twitter and Facebook. Follow these for up-to-the-minute transportation news and local traffic information.
Storm-related Twitter hashtags will be provided for an easy way to find important hurricane information.
A stranded sea turtle is one that is found on land or in the water dead, injured, sick, or exhibiting usual behavior. One of the most well-known examples of mass strandings is when cold-stunned sea turtles strand during winter months on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts.